Celebrating 85 Years of Delicious Mogen David Wine!

Mogen David is a classic American wine that has been around since 1933. It's perfect for gatherings and to be shared amongst family and friends, with three sweet flavors: Concord, Blackberry and Pomegranate. Not only is Mogen David Kosher for Passover, but it's also a great everyday choice for any occasion.

Mogen David Concord is made from must of at last 51% Concord grapes, an American grape variety that is typically used for juices, jellies and preserves. The wine itself is sweet in taste with aromas of fresh Concord grapes that finishes elegantly. It pairs perfectly with beef brisket, potato latkes or challah bread and comes at an average price of $5 per bottle. Plus, every bottle features the Triangle K Kosher certification symbol ensuring it meets the highest standards of kosher quality.

Originally known as “Mad Dog 20/20”, Mogen David was sold in 20 oz bottles at 20% by volume. Today however, MD 20/20 is bottled at 13% alcohol by volume making it a great choice for people looking to enjoy something just a bit lighter than the original Mad Dog 20/20.

Mogen David wines are widely available in stores across the United States so you can easily find one to complement your meal or gathering no matter what the occasion may be!

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Is Mogen David Wine?

Yes, Mogen David is indeed a wine. It is made with natural from grapes and other fruits, such as Concord grapes, blackberries, and pomegranates. During the winemaking process, ferments the natural sugars in the juices to produce alcohol. This creates Mogen David's unique sweet taste that has been enjoyed for over 87 years! Mogen David wines are also Kosher for Passover and are perfect for any occasion. So come join us in celebrating with a glass of America's classic wine and make every moment special.

What Type of Wine is Mogen David?

Mogen David is a red wine made from Concord grapes, an American variety of grape. At least 51% of the must used in the production of Mogen David Concord Red Wine must be Concord grapes, making it an economical choice with a bottle typically costing around $5. This wine is known for its sweet and fruity flavor profile and is often used in Kosher wines.

Are Mogen David and Mad Dog the Same?

Mogen David and Mad Dog are two names for the same product, MD 20/20. MD 20/20 is an American fortified wine produced by Mogen David. It has been commonly known as “Mad Dog,” but its original name was derived from the fact that it was originally sold in 20 oz bottles with an alcohol content of 20% by volume. Since then, MD 20/20 has been reformulated and is now bottled at 13% alcohol by volume.

What is the Taste of Mogen David Wine?

Mogen David wine is sweet and fruity, with an aroma of fresh Concord grapes. On the palate, it has a light body with notes of juicy berry fruit and a hint of spice, followed by a smooth and elegant finish. It's a great choice for casual sipping or pairing with light dishes.


Mogen David is an American classic wine that has been enjoyed since 1933. Its signature sweet flavors, Concord, Blackberry, and Pomegranate, are all certified Kosher for Passover and everyday enjoyment. Mogen David Concord Red wine is made from must of no less than 51% Concord grapes, an American grape variety that is used for juices, jellies, and preserves. With a delightful aroma of fresh Concord grapes and a smooth finish, it pairs perfectly with beef brisket, potato latkes or challah bread. An inexpensive option at only $5 per bottle, Mogen David is the perfect choice for any gathering or celebration.

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.